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Basic Shoulder Arthroscopy: Beach Chair Patient Positioning

Última actualización 4/10/16 <img alt=”Arthroscopy Techniques” src=””/> Volume 5, Issue 4, August 2016, Pages e731–e735 <img alt=”Cover image” src=”” class=”toprightlogo”/> Technical Note Basic Shoulder Arthroscopy: Beach Chair Patient Positioning Sandeep Mannava, M.D., Ph.D., Alexander H. Jinnah, M.D., Johannes F. Plate, M.D., Ph.D., Austin V. Stone, M.D., Ph.D., Christopher J. Tuohy, …

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Rotator Cuff Repair in the Elderly: Is It Worthwhile?

Última actualización 18/06/16Rotator Cuff Repair in the Elderly: Is It Worthwhile? Dimitri S. Tahal, MSc; J. Christoph Katthagen, MD; Peter J. Millett, MD, MSc Curr Orthop Pract. 2016;27(3):281-290. Abstract and Introduction Abstract Rotator cuff pathology is a major contributor to shoulder dysfunction, particularly in the elderly population. Elderly individuals have shown …

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International survey and surgeon’s preferences in diagnostic work-up towards treatment of anterior shoulder instability

Última actualización 23/05/16*~hmac=609615da6daa82eec459452e13cdf4c14ebe44c70c5cabab2ddb10f93d4a81a7

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Medial Epicondylitis: Evaluation and Management

Última actualización 11/06/15Nirav H. Amin, MD J Am Acad Orthop Surg June 2015 ; 23 Medial epicondylitis, often referred to as “golfer’s elbow,” is a common pathology. Flexor-pronator tendon degeneration occurs with repetitive forced wrist extension and forearm supination during activities involving wrist flexion and forearm pronation. A staged process …

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Open Surgical Release for Contractures of the Elbow

Última actualización 11/06/15Philipp N. Streubel J Am Acad Orthop Surg June 2015 ; 23 Compared with arthroscopic release, open release is more commonly used for the treatment of stiff elbow. Flexion is recovered by releasing posterior tethering soft-tissue structures and by removing anterior impingement between the coronoid and/or radial head …

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Acute Management of Shoulder Dislocations

Última actualización 9/12/14Thomas Youm J Am Acad Orthop Surg. December 2014; 22 (12) Abstract The shoulder joint has the greatest range of motion of any joint in the body. However, it relies on soft-tissue restraints, including the capsule, ligaments, and musculature, for stability. Therefore, this joint is at the highest …

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